Who owns and publishes PoliceChiefMagazine.org
PoliceChiefMagazine.org is the online version of the Police Chief magazine, official publication of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. To learn more about the IACP, click here.
How is PoliceChiefMagazine.org supported?
The online version of the Police Chief magazine is possible through a grant from the IACP Foundation. To learn more about the IACP Foundation, click here.
Does PoliceChiefMagazine.org accept advertising?
Advertising in the online version of the Police Chief magazine is possible through advertising in the print version. For more information, click here.
Is everything contained in the print version also online?
While most of the material from the print version is online, not all will appear. Limitations of Web publishing preclude the use of certain graphics and other items contained in the print version. Most of the text is the same.
The online version also contains Web-only items. These items were not in the publishing plans of the print version, but the editorial staff felt the information was appropriate to share through the online version of the Police Chief magazine.
How can I subscribe to the print version of the Police Chief magazine?
Subscription rate is $30 per year. To subscribe online with a credit card, click here.
How many issues of the magazine are in the archives?
The first issue placed online was September 2003. Archive issues back to 1994, and some earlier selected issues, are available through IACP Net. For more information on IACP Net, click here.
Can I reprint articles from PoliceChiefMagazine.org?
We have provided a "send to a friend" feature with the magazine so that you can share information with another. Any reproduction, of any type, beyond sending an item to a friend will be a violation of the magazine's copyright. To obtain permission to reprint an article, click here.
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